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Microsoft announces next wave of Xbox Game Pass games in April -By Fsk

Microsoft has announced the next wave of new Xbox and PC Game Pass games.

Starting today, players will be able to get their hands on Minecraft Legends – “Piglins are threatening to consume the overworld. Are you the hero this gentle land needs?” Microsoft asks.

In his Minecraft Legends review, Kailyn Ellis said that while the series’ iconic “blocky charm is present and correct”, he felt that the rest of the game was “only as deep as what it wants to sell you”. However, he did like Piglin.

Ian is here to show you Minecraft Legends in action with some ideas and gameplay.

Next up, on April 20, both Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus & Butterfly and Medieval Dynasty will join the service. Next day again witch farming sim homestead Archana will be added.

The collection of April games is rounded off with Cassette Beasts, which arrives on PC Game Pass on April 26, along with BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition and The Last Case of Benedict Fox, both of which hit the service on April 27. are involved.

While we don’t have the full Game Pass list for May yet, we do know that Bethesda’s vampire-riddled shooter Redfall will also be heading to Game Pass on May 2nd. You can read more about Redfall, including the game’s politics and cut content, in Tom’s interview with producer Harvey Smith here.

Here’s that Game Pass information re-iterated as a list:

Today (April 18)

  • Minecraft Legends (Cloud, Console & PC)

April 20

  • Coffee Talk Episode 2: Hibiscus and Butterfly (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • Medieval Dynasty (Xbox One – already on Series X/S and PC)

21 April

  • Homestead Arcana (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X/S)

26 April

27 April

  • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition (Cloud, Console and PC)
  • The Last Case of Benedict Fox (Console and PC)

May 2

  • Raidfall (Cloud, PC and Xbox Series X/S)

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition and Homestead Arcana both join Game Pass later this month.

As usual, a number of games will also be leaving Game Pass later this month. In this case, the following titles will no longer be available on the Service 30 April,

  • Bugsnax (Cloud, Console & PC)
  • Destroy all humans! (Cloud, Console & PC)
  • Dragon Quest Builders 2 (Cloud, Console & PC)
  • Tetris Effect Connected (Console and PC)
  • Unsold (Cloud, Console & PC)

If you want to continue playing any of these games after their Game Pass expires, you’ll need to purchase them. On the plus side, Game Pass subscribers get 20 percent off.

For all other Game Passes, you can check out our handy guide detailing the many games available through Microsoft’s subscription service here.